The Foundation is seeking interested individuals who would like to gain needed skills or training in their field of interest. We have received funding from the Burton D. Morgan Foundation to support training for entrepreneurs. Download and submit the application form available at the link above.
Corinna Bench, of Elmore, recently received a scholarship to attend the StoryBrand Live Workshop in Nashville. Corinna returned from the training with new skills and an entrepreneurial network to enhance her digital business.
Our scholarship funds assist local students in their pursuit of higher education and training.
The Ottawa County Business Advisory Council (BAC) recently accepted a donation for $38,750 from the Ottawa County Community Foundation (OCCF). The presentation was made at the Annual Trustees Meeting of the Ottawa County Improvement Corporation (OCIC). The grant funds will be used for the first ever Skilled Trades Academy. The grant was presented to Jamie Beier-Grant, OCIC Director and Jim Lippert, Skilled Trades Academy Program Instructor.
This financial support was made possible through the Special Initiatives Support Fund for Schools with the OCCF.
Grants from unrestricted funds annually support a variety of programs and services in the Ottawa County area.
Pictured Left to Right: Marcia Jess (OCCF), Mary Coffee (OCCF), Jan Preston (OCCF), Tina Hablitzel (OCCF), Joy Roth (OCCF), Jamie Beier Grant (OCIC) and Jim Lippert (Skilled Trades Academy) .
Over 80 funds provide scholarships as well as provide support for current and emerging needs in our community.
You may establish a named fund with the Foundation either during your lifetime or through your estate plan.
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